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Given that ABCD is a rhombus, what is the value of x?

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A. 19.5 B. 45 C. 30 D. 56 E. 18.6 F. Cannot be determined
first off do you kno the formula of a rhobus?

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would it be like this x + 4x -3 = 90 :/
do you know the properties for a rhombus
then combine like terms :/ right
yes
after i combined like terms i divided and got x = 31 :/
What is x + 4x?
i did some thing wrong :/
5 ooooooppps :/ :[
so my answer is 30 :/
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right i got that too hehehe
Excellent.
the same thing would apply in this right :/
x + x -10 = 90 :/ right
Yes. The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular.
So the other two angles of the triangle must be equal to 90
right i got 50 :/
Very good.
thank you :)
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that aplies to all of that type of problems
Yes. If you have a rhombus. If you have a parallelogram that is not a rhomus then...no.
*rhombus
ohh ok thank you :) heheheh i feel proud of my self hahahahahahahah :D
And well you should. Good job.
that was random :P
What was random?
thet i feel proud of my self hahahahah too funny :P
Well work hard and there will be more and more instances of that.
hahah

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